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    Lysistrata also has a strong female lead that was originally played by a man. Interesting commentary on 500 BCE Greece. We use Shakespeare's 12th Night in the curriculum but I'd like A Winters Tale or Much Ado About Nothing added, also. ------------------------------ John...

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    Any of the Shakespeare Comedies. Our English/Language Arts curriculum, especially AP, focuses almost exclusively on the Tragedies, with the occasional exception being "Midsummer." For this reason, I try do do at least one comedy in my Drama...

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    This would be my fantasy.Lysistrata (Aristophanes). I know all the obvious reasons it is not taught (graphic sexual content), but the fact that it is one of the first plays with a notable female lead and a anti-war point of view AND that it...

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    The Advocacy Update is where you can find current national and state news concerning arts advocacy and arts education...

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    One of the main goals for our Theatre Education Community is to help theatre students and professionals from all over...

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    It was almost exactly one year ago, that Exec Director Julie then Woffington, now Theobald, and I traveled to a variety...

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    This is what we used this year for Parade of Troupes.

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    Roosevelt HS Troupe #7289's induction ceremony script

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